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Each school district has a different policy on this subject. It would be best if you called the school administration office tomorrow, and ask them their policy for the specific address you are thinking of. Sometimes it depends on the grade your child is in.
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But the best answer is for me to tell you to contact the school district and ask them specifics about your case. Just because this was my experience with Arlington ISD, there is no guarantee that your experience will be the same with FTW ISD.
Joe Stone - Realtor®
In Keller ISD you need to contact the school directly to see if the campus is open to transfers. Each campus makes this determination based on its current enrollment level. Hope this helps!
Keller Williams Realty